SPACED AND DAZED OUT: LOUDMOUTH DAVID HAYE FANTASTICALLY BEATEN BY TONY BELLEW AS HE LIMPS WITH ANK
Tony Bellew beat David Haye in a grudge match of the century at the O2 Arena
After the final bell, they both embraced in the ring and showed respect
Both men came out swinging at each other, but when Haye evidently suffered a lower leg injury in the fifth round, the contest changed completely.
David Haye from then on, was unable to come forward, unable to inflict his will on his opponent and the former heavy weight champion was unable to compete as Bellew took control.
Tony Bellew dominated the fight from thereon but was unable to stop his opponent, before David Haye's team threw in the 11th round as Haye struggled to make the 10 count after being forced through the ropes.
Despite months of trading insults and threats in the build-up to the fight, both men embraced after the final bell before each insisting they would be happy to do it all again.
David Haye looked dazed
Haye's corner threw in the towel in round 11 as he struggled with his injured ankle to make a count
David Haye was unable to make the 10th count
Tony Bellew winner of the match in the 11th round after Haye's corner throw in the towel
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